All you boils and ghouls better get your party clothes on, because this is the weekend to celebrate Halloween! Besides the local haunts to hit, we have a slew of gruesome good times in store for you sweettarts. Continue Reading →
It’s almost time for all of the lucky children to gorge themselves on treats this Halloween season. Most towns around here are hosting trick or treat on October 30 from 6-8 pm, but Capitol Market and the Charleston Town Center Mall are having trick or treat tonight!!! Now is a good time to maximize your return on the money you shelled out for those lovely costumes and let the kids overdose on sugar. Continue Reading →
There is no shortage of haunts and spooky fun to explore in Charleston and surrounding areas this Halloween season. Horrorfullife.com has scoured the interwebz and harassed the locals to find the best haunts of the season. We’ve done all of the hard work so you don’t have to! Continue Reading →
The Haunted Barn has landed! Last year, Penny and Elle were lucky enough to visit the last incarnation of West Virginia’s premiere haunt in Winfield. What does the future hold for the Barn in the warehouse at the end of Beauregard Street?
The Haunted Barn began in 2001 as a family-and-friend event by Halloween loving folks on Lee Jordan’s land. For eleven years, the Haunted Barn crew opened their barn to the guys and ghouls of the world. Patrolman Josh Harper and his group of CEOs, Cameron Goode, David Bowles and Josh’s cousin, Lee Jordan, have seen it grow to what we deemed the vanguard of haunts in 2011. Then the derecho of June 29th came. Continue Reading →
Date night at home can sometimes be a difficult undertaking. The man and I were craving some good horror fun and cuddles the other night so we turned to Redbox. After searching through every movie the box had to offer, we couldn’t really find anything we could agree on. After my absolute refusal to settle for something else, i.e. The Dictator (not really my cuppa), we decided to ask our trusty pal Netflix for some help. Continue Reading →
There is no shortage of horror films available in the great month of October. For that, I’m extremely thankful. The recent box office drought was seriously beginning to affect my happiness. Continue Reading →
This time of year means many things for me: changing leaves, a chill in the air, mainstream horror, and of course pumpkins. I love pumpkins and all things pumpkin. I could live off of pumpkin pie, pumpkin butter, pumpkin coffee, pumpkin donuts…you get the point. So it seems only natural for me to attend the West Virginia Pumpkin Festival in Milton. Continue Reading →